Jayram Daya

Rookie - 10 Points (18-3-1947)

Timeless Time - Poem by Jayram Daya

Lives coherence is a close contour of time
Nurturing every womb of the endless space
Finding mortality is the life in a matter
A universe nudges on its parallel scatter

Creation hides the energy in every breath
Preservation is when life interludes for death
Destruction deludes deaths final dictation
Three are the universe in parallel vibration

Energy with matter synchronizes intelligence
Life so stimulated works with a gene of inheritance
Seeking the creator is the virus of wisdom
Creator named god appears in a solitude atom

Worshiping work is the final abode for reward
Creator lures a life to abdicate that award
Taming the mind and body is times interlude
To meet the divine soul of the created multitude


Striving for excellence to reach aimless desire
Matter and energy prepares to retire
Thinker's paradise becomes so divine
That death becomes the final Lives coherence is a close contour of time

Nurturing every womb of the endless space
Finding mortality is the life in a matter
A universe nudges on its parallel scatter

Creation hides the energy in every breath
Preservation is when life interludes for death
Destruction deludes deaths final dictation
Three are the universe in parallel vibration

Energy with matter synchronizes intelligence
Life so stimulated works with a gene of inheritance
Seeking the creator is the virus of wisdom
Creator named god appears in a solitude atom

Worshiping work is the final abode for reward
Creator lures a life to abdicate that award
Taming the mind and body is times interlude
To meet the divine soul of the created multitude


Striving for excellence to reach aimless desire
Matter and energy prepares to retire
Thinker's paradise becomes so divine
That death becomes the final decline

Topic(s) of this poem: abstract, creation, philosophical


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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 23, 2015

Poem Edited: Monday, March 23, 2015


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